2.1.184 Part 1 Section 17.4.87, Table Measurement (CT_TblWidth)

For additional notes that apply to this portion of the standard, please see the notes for top, §17.4.77(a).

a.   The standard does not describe how to interpret the w attribute when the type attribute is set to “pct” and the value of w does not contain a percent sign.

In Word, if the type attribute is equal to "pct" and the value of the w attribute does not contain a percent sign, the value of the w attribute shall be interpreted as fiftieths of a percent.

b.   The standard does not specify the expected behavior when the 'w' attribute contains a percent sign, and the 'type' attribute is not equal to "pct".

In Word, when the value of 'w' contains a percent sign, then the 'type' attribute is ignored and the value is interpreted as whole percentage points.

c.   The standard states that the values of the w attribute are defined by ST_DecimalNumberOrPercent.

Word expects w to be XML Schema short datatype, not including the percent sign.

d.   The standard states that the values of the w attribute are defined by ST_DecimalNumberOrPercent.

Word expects the value of the w attribute to be greater than or equal to zero for all elements of type CT_TblWidth, except tblInd.

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